Center’s Rogers debuts on ‘Farmer Gets a Wife’
CENTER — Twenty-nine-year-old Brandon Rogers of Center was among four farmers who were featured on FOX television’s dating series “Farmer Gets a Wife” which debuted Thursday night.
According to a news release from FOX, Season Two of the series follows the plot, “In a trend that continues to sweep America, there’s been a migration from city-centers to suburban and rural locales, and with that, love follows. Hosted by superstar entertainer and Grammy Award winner Jennifer Nettles, the anticipated season follows four farmers in search of real, lasting love.
“Season Two’s new crop of farmers…host a group of single women who leave behind the comfort and convenience of city life for the charms and challenges of country living, as they embark on an adventure that could change the course of their lives forever.”
FOX continued, “Brandon is our most remote farmer, living in a small, one-stop-light town surrounded by his farmland. He grew up on the farm working with his dad. Later in his twenties, he returned to work the farm full-time to continue his family’s farming legacy. His business is set up and doing well, and now the missing piece is that special person to share it with.”